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Mar 14, 2017

In the age of "Internet of Broken Things", we can never know how safe is "safe" anymore. As there is no longer a sense of privacy, which is what we used to know, everyone is watching us even from our smart homes.

Now, if our smart devices are hackable, and CIA or NSA is watching, then what happens with all those information out on WikiLeaks?

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CIA Leaks Unsurprisingly Show The Internet Of Broken Things Is A Spy’s Best Friend

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The CIA Didn’t Break Signal or WhatsApp, Despite What You’ve Heard

http://CraigPeterson.com/radio-show/the-cia-didnt-break-signal-or-whatsapp-despite-what-youve-heard/11958

CIA Leak Shows Mobile Phones Vulnerable, Not Encryption

http://CraigPeterson.com/radio-show/cia-leak-shows-mobile-phones-vulnerable-not-encryption/11955

Apple says it’s working to fix security holes revealed by the WikiLeaks release of CIA documents

http://CraigPeterson.com/radio-show/apple-says-its-working-to-fix-security-holes-revealed-by-the-wikileaks-release-of-cia-documents/11947

Google says it fixed a lot of the security holes the CIA exploited

http://CraigPeterson.com/radio-show/google-says-it-fixed-a-lot-of-the-security-holes-the-cia-exploited/11944

 

 

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